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Alex Moxon

Alex Moxon

Alex Moxon is a professional guitarist based in the city of Ottawa. Though his greatest love has always been jazz music, Alex enjoys listening to and performing in as many styles as possible. That fact is plain to see: he’s clocked many hours in the studio on rock, folk, jazz, fusion, afrobeat, big band, and […]

Rock School – Still Time to Register.

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Rock School is still open for registration with tons of exciting classes. Check out our schedule and reserve your spot today…they’re going fast!  

Dan Grewal

Dan Grewal

Daniel has been playing music since he was 12 and started as a sax player in school. As he aged, his music taste matured and Daniel moved to the low end, picking up the bass. While attending Carleton University he joined various blues, funk, and rock bands and made is way into Ottawa’s music scene. […]

Ben Russell

Ben Russell

Ben comes to OFC from a strong band and theatre-based background. He specializes in working with Singer/Songwriters, co-ordinating voice and guitar, as well as guitar instruction on it’s own. He has extensive experience in teaching voice and guitar, as well as band coaching. Great for up and coming or developing songwriters.

Todd Snelgrove

Todd Snelgrove

Todd has been teaching for over ten years and holds both a Bachelor of Music and a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Carleton University. Todd’s teaching method is tailored to the student’s needs. He determines each student’s current level, discusses their musical goals with them, and uses their personal interests to help them get to […]

Summer Rock School 2010

Get rockin’ with the OFC Summer Rock School, with courses especially designed for kids and youthful adults from 8 years and up plus special classes for bands, aspiring songwriters, and much more!

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Friday Featured E-Store Item

Friday Featured E-Store Item: Earl’s 5th String Suspender Capo Earl's 5th String Suspender Capo

A fantastic alternative to railroad spikes or other fifth string capos, Earl’s 5th string capo wraps around the back of the banjo neck via an elastic strap (aka suspender). It holds on to the fretboard near the 1st string and has a rubberized foot that pins the fifth string down wherever you want it.

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